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What's the colloquial or idiomatic saying suggested by the lines of text below?

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What's the colloquial or idiomatic saying suggested by the lines of text below?

w_ste, weste, wiste, woste, wuste
w_nt, went, wint, wont, wunt

posted Apr 16, 2019 by Yogeshwar Thakur

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"Waste not, want not"

answer Apr 16, 2019 by Hanifa Mammadov



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